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If you need someone to hand over advanced fighter jet technology to another country, look no further than Joe Biden.
The Biden administration signed off on a deal with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that will allow General Electric to produce jet engines with Hindustan Aeronautics, a state-owned company.
Mark Levin, while never surprised at Biden’s decisions, is not pleased.
“And so, the Indian aerospace industry, for the first time, will be making our engines. Why would you do that?” Levin asks, clearly disappointed.
Meanwhile, America is struggling, and it seems to be far from Biden’s first priority.
“We’re trying to bring manufacturing back to America — particularly these manufacturers who build things like jets, tanks, and stuff like that,” Levin says. “And this guy, he pretends he’s pro-American, he’s pro-labor union, and he can’t shove it out the door fast enough to other countries.”
Not only that, but according to Levin, “jet engine technology is widely considered the holy grail of aviation tech.”
“So this idiot in the Oval Office is giving our technology to the Indian government,” he adds.
While manufacturing jet engines in India will be transformational for Indian aerospace, it doesn’t bode well for America.
“Just another country with our technology,” Levin laments. “Somebody in the Biden family’s got to be on the payroll here.”
While to some it may not seem like a big deal, the United States has historically never allowed the transfer of technology of this importance to anyone.
Biden has changed that.
“Because Big Joe’s in the Oval Office, we’ll transfer technology to anybody. India wants it? Good. China steals it? That’s okay, if it helps their economy, that helps our economy,” Levin mocks.
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